Brett McCracken

Occupy Wall Street: A Deeper Problem

Brett McCracken writes about Occupy Wall Street as a representation of an entitled generation.

What the Oscar Noms Should Have Been

Brett McCracken writes a film blog for RELEVANT about what he thinks the Academy Award nominations should have been.

The Deeper Meanings of Christmas

Brett McCracken writes a Christmas reflection for RELEVANT, celebrating the Incarnation and what Christmas allows us to enjoy.

The Insidious Cult of Celebrity

Why do we seem to worship in the cult of celebrities? Brett McCracken writes an article for RELEVANT about our fascination with and worship of celebrity culture.

What Are Smartphones Doing to Us?

Brett McCracken writes a feature for RELEVANT about the new iPhone and how smartphones and all they bring are affecting our humanity.

Getting Through Saturday

Brett McCracken writes a column for RELEVANT about Holy Saturday, talking about how we all wait while creation is in groaning for completion.

The Rise of the Ironic Class

Brett McCracken writes an article for RELEVANT about the rise of the ironic class, and how Christians should think about irony.

Why We Like to Watch the World End

Brett McCracken writes a feature for RELEVANT about our fascination with disaster movies—why do we like to watch the end of the world so much?